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#1 posted 10-11-2009 01:27 AM

I’ve cut chess boards doing it like in Picture A. I’d use a miter gauge to get a square end then cross cut the strips, using a push stick of course. And Miles, I’d never use a petroleum based lubricant (i.e. WD-40) on anything that comes into contact with wood, it will prevent any finish from sticking to the wood. If you need a lubricant, use something like a paste wax instead.

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